Merger of Two Largest Japanese Financial Exchanges Provides Polaris International Holdings New Revenue Opportunities

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Polaris International Holdings, Inc announced today that it is preparing to adjust our current clients' systems into a new platform and to restructure their overlapping business units as the historic merger with Tokyo Stock Exchange Group, Inc and Osaka Securities Exchange, Co (JASDAQ: 8697) takes effect the first of the year 2013.

On August 23, 2012, the Tokyo Stock Exchange announced that they had completed a $1.1 Billion public tender offer for its smaller rival, a merger that could bolster Japan's standing as an Asian financial hub. The combined entities, tentatively called the "Japanese Exchange Group" will be the world's third largest stock exchange.

According to Naoto Higuchi, Polaris Holdings VP and Head of Japan Operations, "Our primary focus on this project is to create a smooth transition during our clients' integration with the new merged entity as we consolidate their transaction systems and seamlessly integrate their offices in Japan and throughout Southeast Asia into the new infrastructure. In addition to integrating our existing customers, the merger is also creating new opportunities and new revenues."

Polaris International Holdings, Inc. through its subsidiary Staff IS CO., Ltd is an international IT provider serving many Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions and publicly traded companies.

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SOURCE Polaris International Holdings, Inc.